Freddie Mac CEO: We will help increase mortgage lending

Freddie Mac CEO: We will help increase mortgage lending

Competition among two is still competition

MBA forecasts 7% origination jump in 2015

Predicts unemployment at 5.4% by end of next year

Fitch: Two-year run of home price growth is over

“Several markets are still overvalued”
W S

Another Fannie servicing portfolio up for sale

/ Print / Reprints /
| Share More
/ Text Size+
MountainView Servicing Group will help sell a $485 million servicing portfolio of Fannie Mae mortgages. Nearly all of the loans in the portfolio are fixed rate and primarily located in Illinois. The average delinquency rate on the portfolio is 2.21%. Interest rates average 4.67%, and the average FICO score is 761. The portfolio also carries an average 30-basis-point servicing fee. A spokesman for MountainView said the portfolio is being sold by a private mortgage bank but did not specify which one. Bids will be taken until Sept. 7. So far in 2011, MountainView has helped sell more than $800 million in Fannie Mae servicing portfolios. In April, the firm began marketing a $262 million portfolio. It also sold a $110 million portfolio in January. It is also marketing a $45 million portfolio of Ginnie Mae servicing rights. All of these loans are fixed rate with more than 78% of the mortgages located in California. The seller of these loans will be taking bids through Sept. 7 as well. MountainView is a financial services firm specializing in asset management and valuation, among other services. It is also a subsidiary of MountainView Capital Holdings, a financial advisory firm to banks, thrifts and credit unions. Write to Jon Prior. Follow him on Twitter @JonAPrior.

Recent Articles by Jon Prior

Comments powered by Disqus